soooo many moving parts . . not very practical imo
also, how would you turn such a contraption? it would either take a long time or you'd have to get off your arse & manually make the turn. . . i
Looks OK on level ground but on not so level or uneven, etc., how could it work? Bikes (motorcycles - 2 wheeled machines use "the gyroscopic effect"
to stay upright and do some really neat stuff! --I know, I teach it and live it.
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